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Wikileaks: CIA In Japan, LSD At Atsugi, Nagell And Oswald

May 22, 2016
Wikileaks: CIA In Japan, LSD At Atsugi, Nagell And Oswald

Declassified documents released by Wikileaks show political tension regarding CIA activities in Japan after revelations of the 1975 Church Committee Hearings. These issues were raised at a budget committee hearing with questions put to Japanese government officials. By John Titus Here is the link to the transcript: https://wikileaks.org/plusd/cables/1976TOKYO06286_b.html (emphasis added) CIA ACTIVITIES IN JAPAN Date: […]

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